Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan

by Hope Ofiriha
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan
Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan

Project Report | Dec 9, 2014
50 beehives on way to Omilling

By William Logai Ochieng | Executive director

This truck delivers Beehives in January dry season
This truck delivers Beehives in January dry season
Hope Ofiriha wishes you a Merry Christmas, and a prosperous new year!
 
There is no political agreement reach between the government and SPLA in opposition despite the IGAD sponsored peace talks in Adisababa since the alleged coup. South Sudan is getting worse every day, and hope for peace is weak as the clashes continue to take place in Jonglei state between the regime and rebel forces.
 
Thanks for your recent generous gift to Combat Malnutrition with Beekeeping in South Sudan project.
 
We reported that wild monkeys destroyed all bee hives that pushed this initiative to the scratch level. The loss was a negative blow only to women, but to children and men of the village who had benefited from the money from the sale of honey.
 
your contribution and donations from other sources helped the project purchased materials to make 50 beehives to distribute to ten families, but due to unpaved road the hives were not delivered. In January not a rainy season, we will arrange to transport these goods to Omilling.
 
Transport services to rural areas were suspended since social unrest broke in Juba last year, it was not easy to hire a truck to drive outside Juba. With improved security in the rural areas south Sudan, we hope this time the vehicle will be employed to deliver the bee hives.
 
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Hope Ofiriha

Location: MELBOURNE, VICTORIA - Australia
Website:
Project Leader:
William Ochieng
Executive director
Oslo , Akershus Norway

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
   

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